How did I find climate change in a 1972 disaster picture about an overturned ocean liner? Let me count the ways.
How did this ship, which once carried eco-tourists on gawking tours to Antarctica, wind up here?
This painting came across my Twitter feed this week, and as soon as I saw it I knew I had to share it in the [...]
A collection of ship pictures painted on glass tells an interesting story of the salty days of maritime New England in Early Republic times.
This is the story of how a tragic ship fire disaster became a temporary boom for one of the Jersey Shore's most iconic 20th century destinations.
Here is the latest episode of the Second Decade podcast! I'm pretty happy with it, and it's a very interesting subject: the first in a [...]
A film made in the year 2000 perfectly retells one of humanity's oldest and most compelling stories: that of the marooned castaway.
The new podcast episode examines two enduring mysteries surrounding Theodosia Burr Alston, a remarkable woman of the early 19th century.
In the latest podcast episode, an American sea captain battles impossible odds to survive on a deserted and desolate island...and it's a true story!
After this painting was completed, this ship went on to an illustrious and historic career hauling dead meat across the Pacific.